Spring Culture(104 items)
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this lil creature has brought me joy
The details of this lil beastie are intricate the colors go with everything. I really get so much joy from this, I thank the artists for their vision.
love this bag and it has attracted a lot of attention from friends, all of whom seem to want to own one.
This is the loveliest blouse. Its comfortable, fits perfect. Ordered a medium. Im 58, 140 lbs. Great detail and of very nice quality.
Hari and Arthur Batik apparel and decor accents
"For me, the key to success is to be brave, strong, willing and honest."
Popular Spring Culture
Irish Tree of Life Earrings with Marcasite, "Irish Tree of Life"$89.95
With branches reaching toward the heavens and rootsseeking out the sacred waters, the Tree of Life has been a symbol of balance and harmony for thousands of years. Crafted in Dublin, Ireland, these dangle earrings are made of sterling silver with sparkling marcasite.
Please note: necklace sold separately.
Embellished Silk Jutti Shoes in Teal from India, "Embellished Taj Mahal"
In the traditional style of these decorative slip-on shoes from India are designed by Vikram Uberoi, drawing inspiration from the beauty of the Taj Mahal. He works with local artisans, who handcraft the shoes of teal silk with nappa leather soles. The shoes are embellished by hand with rayon and traditional metallic threads alongside acrylic beads and glimmering sequins. A foam padding provides comfort, and each shoe's sole is decorated with laser-printed motifs. are traditional shoes common in North India and its neighboring regions. Characterized by extensive and intricate embroidery performed with real gold and silver thread, juttis are inspired by footwear worn by Indian royalty over 400 years ago. To this day, these beautiful slip-on shoes are popular at weddings and other ceremonies, as well as for everyday use.
Yellow and Green Copal Wood Alebrije Porcupine Sculpture, "Cute Porcupine"$29.99
This cute little porcupine invites you to experience the rich artisanal history of Mexico, crafted of copal wood with maguey plant fiber spines. Mexico's Zeny and Reyna work together to craft this wonderful sculpture, painting it by hand with hues of bright green, yellow, red, and blue for a vibrant look.